Punditry Three branches of government by Jeffrey Miller November 3, 2008 written by Jeffrey Miller November 3, 2008 5 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Voticons next post Here and There You may also like War on women religious July 2, 2012 Something here does not belong May 9, 2007 Toler-RANT August 12, 2003 Christmas in Cambodia August 24, 2004 Hell is other people January 28, 2014 Conscientious objector or I object to your conscience November 4, 2002 Manhattan Declaration December 2, 2010 Flag as pretext October 15, 2005 Bleak view of marriage June 30, 2003 Common ground May 11, 2005 5 comments Guillermo Bustamante November 3, 2008 - 7:37 pm Mr. Miller: Today that you focus the non-elected Legislative-formerly Judicial, I congratulate you for moving people to ask the intercession of St. Martin of Porres (today’s feast), most fittingly, because he represents the two ethnic bloods mix (Hispanic + Black), who are TARGETED by the racist PP ads + abortion chambers-mills locations for the current genocide in USA. The point currently is: we must enlist the help of our angels & saints, to counter the arguing that the USCCB has to walk a “fine line, not to tell (sic) voters”, to avoid voting for the Infanticide Candidate. Wrong. Here, precisely, is proper to tell not to vote for whom blatantly are crushing the Constitutional rights of defenseless human beings (FOCA), as the U.S. Supreme Court. And compare indeed! The greater with the lesser evils: 1) The Infanticide Candidate’s abortion VOTING RECORD and commitment to FOCA. 2) The McCain pro-life VOTING RECORD and public platform. This election brings us to base: How Will History Judge Catholics? Will start with the USCCB history, and will follow distinguishing responsibilities. This means the angelic sword of flames, dismissing the lay lukewarm. The magnitude of the genocide is so flabbergasting that there is no way to disguise or down play this historic responsibility. Regards Reply Joe of St. Therese November 4, 2008 - 3:20 am LOL!, too true. Reply keith November 4, 2008 - 6:23 am The only exception I take is that your diagram seems to imply that the Supreme Court is equal to the other two branches. I would say it is the super legislature, with no need to submit it’s legislation for signature. It’s an Executive Legislature… With all the power of both and without all those annoying checks and balances. Reply Dave Pawlak November 4, 2008 - 9:57 pm Keith: Under a Republican administration, that might be true. But under Obama, it will be: “So Justice Roberts has ruled; so let Justice Roberts enforce it!” Reply Matthew Warner November 5, 2008 - 10:42 am I love it! Well I hate that it’s becoming true. But it’s a funny depiction. Well done, Jester. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.